The cell phone and other communication devices are some of the most important tools that the United States can use to change the situation in Libya.
Minorities in the United States have long been discriminated against in home lending. New studies have found it's still going on.
The fighting in Libya has many in the financial markets scared. Further unrest could threaten the US economic recovery.
A human's personality is pretty much fixed from the time they're born, according to neuroscientists.
In conflict areas, food can bring people together, create community, and it can also create battlegrounds for disagreements.
The problems facing the United States may be the result of having too many elections, according to economist Dambisa Moyo.
The last two U.S. Secretaries of Defense, Robert Gates and Donald Rumsfeld, are named in a lawsuit saying they turned a blind eye to sexual assaults in the military.
Now that the Egyptian protests have toppled Hosni Mubarak, will the rest of the Arab world follow suit?
Expect to start paying more for food, clothing and energy as the global economy picks up, and U.S. jobs lag behind.
A new biography of ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax explores his life and vision of the future.